The Ministry of Interior (MoI) aligned with the Faiez Serraj-led Presidency Council and Government of National Accord announced last Sunday that it has recently established an Elections Security and Protection Department, part of its General Directorate of Operations.
The head of the Central Committee for Municipal Elections, Salim bin Tahia, reaffirmed the committee’s readiness for the electoral process for the first and second groups by the end of March.
What are the prospects for the Libyan political landscape in the new year of 2019? Will Libya remain divided in two governments, and prevail the governance of military factions and civil clashes? Will they continue to have a systematic plundering of resources and economy of the country, or will they …
At least 69 municipal councils out of 120 in Libya may not hold elections in March due to a lack of funding by the UN-backed government, the head of the elections committee said.
The UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame, said that he is eager to the parliamentary and presidential elections more than the Libyans themselves, pointing out that there will be no delays in the implementation of the current schedule.
In its two sessions held on Monday and Tuesday, Libya’s internationally-recognized parliament, the House of Representatives (HoR), debated some potentially key pieces of legislation.
The conference on Libya held in Palermo, Italy last November saw neither the rising of a new dawn in terms of security and political consensus nor the development of a strong agreement around a well-defined plan. Instead, what emerged was the reiteration by all the Libyan and European delegations of …
The internationlly-recognized Libyan Presidency Council and Government of National Accord headed by Faiez Serraj and based in Tripoli has confirmed its support for the right of free media in Libya.
The delay by the Faiez Serraj Tripoli government in providing the needed finances is the reason for the High National Election Commission’s (HNEC) failure to announce a date for the constitution referendum.
The Chairman of the High National Elections Commission (HNEC) Emad Al-Sayeh met in Tobruk with the Speaker of the House of Representatives (HoR) Aqilah Saleh and discussed the preparations of the constitution referendum.